Programming of parallel computers - methods and tools
"Students graduating with a competence in engineering software
for parallel systems
will have a distinct advantage in the work force over those who do not."
--- M. Oskin, The Revolution Inside the Box, Comm. ACM 51(7), July 2008
Guest lecture 21 May 2013 13:15
Don't miss the guest lecture about Case studies of Parallelizing Real Scientific Applications by the NSC application experts Jeff Ko and Chandan Basu.
Mid-term evaluation report (30 april 2013)
The report on the mid-term evaluation of 24 april 2013 is now available here.
Triolith accounts (12 april 2013)
NSC informed us that for some of your Triolith account requests the signed User Agreements still have not arrived although the deadline has passed. Note that NSC cannot create an account without the signed UA.
Those who missed to send the UA to NSC please do so immediately to minimize the delay of your lab start.
Make sure that you are properly registered on the course.
Note that lecture notes will be made available electronically to registered participants only, and the NSC lab computers will only be accessible to registered participants.
If you forgot to register, please contact the studierektor Tommy Färnqvist immediately.
The web pages are being updated for 2013.
- The former sister course TANA77 (Programming parallel computers, scientific computing) at the mathematics department does no longer exist. We still cover parallel scientific computing in TDDC78, but the TANA77 labs are no longer offered. Former TANA77 students with unfinished labs please contact Henrik Branden (MAI).
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Last updated: 2013-05-16